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Dodgers release Spring Training and regular season broadcast schedule

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You can catch almost every game this season on SportsNet LA

MLB: APR 03 Padres at Dodgers Photo by Chris Williams/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Mark those calendars, Dodgers fans.

On Monday, Spectrum SportsNet LA announced its live game and programming schedule for the 2021 season. Over the course of the season, more than 150 games will be shown on the channel. In addition, all 29 Spring Training games will be shown as well.

SportsNet LA’s spring game telecasts will be called by multiple broadcast teams, led by Joe Davis and Orel Hershiser. Tim Neverett also will call a select number of Dodger games on both television and radio alongside analysts Ned Colletti and Rick Monday.

Here’s the complete spring training schedule:

Then, SportsNet LA’s regular season game coverage will begin Opening Day, Friday, April 1, when the Dodgers visit Colorado to take on the Rockies at 1:10 p.m. PT. The team’s first homestand of the season begins April 9 with a three-game series vs. the Washington Nationals, all televised on SNLA.

Regular season games on SportsNet LA will be called by Davis and Hershiser. The crew will welcome Kirsten Watson, who will serve as the field reporter for the Dodgers, while also contributing to the network’s studio programming and pre and postgame coverage.

For the network’s 150-plus regular season Spanish language telecasts, Fernando Valenzuela will serve as an analyst with Hall of Famer Jaime Jarrín and veteran announcer Pepe Yñiguez handling play-by-play duties.

SportsNet LA and Dodgers games are available to Spectrum customers and AT&T TV, DIRECTV, U-verse TV and AT&T TV Now customers in Southern California, Las Vegas and Hawaii.